Government Intervention of the Internet
E-mail and Internet communications are not secure or anonymous, System Administrators and fourteen year-old hackers alike can pry into your personal or corporate mail. Others can read anything you send. Communicating by e-mail has been compared to sending postcards that anyone can read as they travel along. It is nearly impossible to communicate anonymously through e-mail. Though many people don't use their real names on e-mail messages, the names are
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